Protecting children: Being our brother’s keeper

Ramlet Bulaq slum in Cairo

epaselect epa04664840 A child stands in a slum behind Nile City Towers, in Ramlet Bulaq neighborhood, Cairo, Egypt, 16 March 2015. Ramlet Bulaq’s residents live in run-down shacks and lack basic facilities, such as running water. They make for an extreme juxtaposition with the gleaming Nile City Towers, home to wealthy companies, a nightclub and the Fairmont Hotel, which has a swimming pool on its roof. During an investment conference that wrapped up activities on 15 March, the Egyptian government signed a 45 billion dollar agreement with an Emirati company to develop a new administrative capital east of Cairo. EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

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